Can someone tell me where I could find .22 mag ballistic tips? Or if they are even made. In terms of .22 mag, what is the best bullet weight/type? I will mainly be hunting squirrels and groundhogs/rabbits. I want ballistic tips but I need to give up about 7-10 grains of weight. Is it worth it? Will the cartridge be affected by wind more?
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Yeah, definitely SP's for hunting. Although, I've found 50grHP's to be a very good plinking and hunting. I p/u a 500rd brick @ GB's for just under $100.00 free S/H and no tax. Get Dynapoint @ Wally's for $80.00 a brick plus tax, $85 about. I rather shoot the cci in my Marlin 823 and rough rider, cleaner, will last longer, definitely worth the $1.00 a box more.